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  • Lib Dems vow to end caste bias

    On farming matters, the party said the vote to leave the European Union puts farming and agricultural businesses in "huge danger". The manifesto says the Lib Dems will "use our strength in parliament to press for keeping Britain as close as possible to Europe ".

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  • Flag march by police in violence-hit Saharanpur villages

    Flag march by police in violence-hit Saharanpur villages

    When asked why Congress leader Shailja was stopped from visiting Shabbirpur while Deoband legislator Brijesh Singh was allowed, he said there is total ban on visit by any political leaders to Shabbirpur, and if such a thing has happened, action will be taken against those responsible.

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  • What is Ramadan? A few facts about Islam's holy month

    She went onto urge employers to be more respectful towards religious beliefs of foreign workers to develop harmonious labor management relations. At the end of the month, June 25, Albanians will celebrate Eid al-Fitr, or Barjam i Madh as the holiday is known locally.

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  • Trump, Francis: After clashing, a search for common ground

    Asked how Trump responded to Cardinal Parolin's encouragement to stick with the Paris climate agreement, Tillerson said: "The president indicated we're still thinking about that, that he hasn't made a final decision". Other gifts given to the pope included a set of first-edition books by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and piece of granite from the King " Stone of Hope " monument in Washington, D.C.

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  • Three police officers killed by bomb blast in Indonesia

    Three police officers killed by bomb blast in Indonesia

    Straits Times reported a private-car driver, 17, and student, 19, were among the wounded. The police have yet to determine the cause of the blasts, but photos and videos from the scene that circulated shortly after showed pieces of bloodied human flesh and dismembered body parts, including a limb and what appeared to be a severed head inside the Transjakarta bus terminal.

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  • Rare night of street parties in Iran after Rouhani win

    Rare night of street parties in Iran after Rouhani win

    Into last months of his first term, Rouhani has a tough time ahead to mend strained relations with the Arab world and Turkey. Vice President Eshagh Jahangiri, who briefly contested the presidency before dropping out and supporting Rouhani, tweeted congratulations to Rouhani and all Iranians for the "gigantic victory".

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  • Oil prices fall on White House proposal to sell United States oil reserves

    Non-OPEC oil production dropped by 255,000 b/d in April, as producers subject to the output cut agreement stepped up compliance and Canadian oil sands output slipped on unscheduled shutdowns. The ECB does not set policy and its meeting precedes the gathering of OPEC and non-OPEC oil ministers on May 25 to decide whether to extend beyond June 30 their deal to reduce output.

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  • Flanagan Backs Varadkar To Be

    Flanagan Backs Varadkar To Be "Courageous" Fine Gael Leader

    TAOISEACH ENDA KENNY is to retire as Fine Gael leader, and step down as head of government. Kenny received a standing ovation from his colleagues and was described as "very emotional" by those present. Another senior member said: "The body language of some of his loyal supporters said it all, there were a few teary eyes". Ms Fitzgerald decided against standing for the leadership, as did Minister for Education Richard Bruton, who immediately said he would be supporting Mr Varadkar.

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  • Assange's Lawyer Says Wikileaks Founder to Seek Asylum in France

    Assange's Lawyer Says Wikileaks Founder to Seek Asylum in France

    Assange's lawyer Per Samuelson said the drop of the investigation is a "total victory" for them. The lawyer for Assange's accuser said it was a "scandal" that the case was not tried in court. Friday was the deadline for prosecutors to renew or lift the warrant for Assange's arrest. In a speech from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in Knightsbridge, he slammed the circumstances that led him to take refuge there and termed it "detention".

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  • Macron and Merkel Signal New Move to Strengthen Eurozone

    Macron and Merkel Signal New Move to Strengthen Eurozone

    Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany is prepared to talk about treaty changes if they're needed to implement reforms in the European Union. "It will no longer be the case", Macron said , with Merkel affirming her commitment to rework the treaties where necessary, adding that she had been "irked" by those who said treaty change was not possible.

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  • New S. Korea President to Defuse Tensions

    New S. Korea President to Defuse Tensions

    The Trump administration has also been dismayed by Moon's questioning of deployment of a United States missile defence system in South Korea and expects some friction in ties, although USA officials say the new president may moderate his stances in office and the effect on the alliance will be limited.

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  • Japanese Cabinet clears way for Emperor's abdication

    Japanese Cabinet clears way for Emperor's abdication

    Akihito will become the first emperor to abdicate since Emperor Kokaku did so 200 years ago. It says that on abdication, Crown Prince Naruhito would immediately take the Chrysanthemum Throne, but that neither he nor his successors would be allowed to abdicate under the same law.

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  • IS slays scores of civilians in Syria

    IS slays scores of civilians in Syria

    Numerous people who live in that part of Syria belong to the Ismaili sect, an offshoot of Shia Islam, and would be regarded by IS as infidels. Numerous people who live in that part of Syria belong to the Ismaili sect, an offshoot of Shi'ite Islam, and would be regarded by Islamic State as infidels.

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  • Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas slain Monday

    According to reports , the journalist specialized in covering the drug trafficking was driving at 12 p.m. along the Vicente Riva Palacio street when a gunman stopped him, forced him to get out of his auto and shot him dead. The death of Valdez, who had been internationally recognized for his work and who a year ago published a book about the challenges of practicing what he called "narco-journalism", sent shock waves through Mexico's media community.

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  • Key moments of Trump-Comey clash and what's come after

    On Tuesday, The Times published a story on its website saying that Trump asked Comey to end the FBI investigation into Flynn during a February meeting in the Oval Office. The White House has grown suspicious about the volume and timing of the seemingly never-ending stream of leaks about the president, said one senior administration official who spoke on condition of anonymity to reflect on the feeling inside the West Wing.

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  • Trump expresses desire to improve relations with Russia

    Trump expresses desire to improve relations with Russia

    Lavrov again denied Wednesday that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 election, and said allegations that the US government is being controlled from the outside are "noise" and a "humiliation" for the American people. He's brushing off the questions as "noise" about Russians' contacts with people in Trump's campaign. The relationship has been clouded by allegations of collusion between Russian Federation and Trump's presidential campaign, which many believe may have influenced the ...

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  • Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Michael Flynn

    Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Michael Flynn

    Weeks before the Senate committee requested the documents, Flynn reportedly sought immunity from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and members of Congress in exchange for testifying. Commentary: Today, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) questioned top intelligence officials during a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence open hearing on Worldwide Threats.

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  • Mayawati sacks key party leader

    Mayawati sacks key party leader

    When the party failed to win people demanded that their money be returned, Mishra said and "Siddiqui tried to dispose of his benami properties, but told everyone that he was doing so because the party is demanding money from him". He claimed Mayawati was trying to override the party's Founder president Kanshi Ram and that she, in association with SC Mishra and her brother Anand Kumar, was adamant at ruining the Bahujan Samaj movement initiated by him.

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  • EVMs can't be tampered with: EC at all party meet

    The Election Commission is meeting 55 parties to help firm rules for hackathon of voting machines. "The Election Commission has to take a call". Any challenge of tampering with EVMs in a "controlled environment" does not serve the goal of checking the machine's security, he says.

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  • Drayton Manor closed for third day after girl's death

    Drayton Manor closed for third day after girl's death

    Health and safety inspectors will continue their "important work" on the star attraction while thrill-seekers are free to use the rest of family-run Drayton Manor in Tamworth, Staffs. "Evha was a lovely little girl who was full of love and always smiling", her family said in a statement . The family said their "world was torn apart" following Evha's death.

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